Hi, I've always shipped with USPS and had no problem with the characters limit.
However, this time I need to ship via UPS (3-4 days) to Spain. And the customer's address according to shopify/ups has exceeded the character limits.
I checked the address and it seems like every normal international address I've sent within the character limit? Please help!
Michael XXXX XXXXX
Carrer de la Bufera 6, apt xxx, Sitges B 08870, Spain
That's the customer's address, I hid the apartment number.
Thanks for reading!
See if you can split the address into address 1 (street name) and address 2 (apartment number). From what I know 35 char limit pertains to each address line.
If this does solve the issue, I would submit a request to app developers (search the app store for the developer contact info of that label printing app).
Thanks so much for sharing your question here!
As @Nick_Marketing pointed out, the character limit does apply to each field (or line) of the shipping label individually. As well, each field may have different limits, and these limits will differ from one postal carrier to another.
For UPS, the current character limits (bearing in mind that these are subject to change) are:
If you're still running into any difficulty and you're comfortable doing so, you're welcome to share a screenshot from your admin of the customer's shipping address, obscuring details like name and apartment number. You can click "Edit customer address" from the shipping label creation page to view each field/address line. Let me know if you have any questions at all.
Hi @joshdane, thanks for joining the thread!
You're welcome to contact our support team via our Help Center here at any time - from this page you can log in to your account, enter a topic into the search field, then choose Get support.
That said, based on what you've shared, it sounds like you will need to edit your Address line, as both UPS and DHL have 35-character limits. Are there any opportunities to abbreviate the address to fit the character limit? For example, switching "Street" to "St". In some cases it's also possible to use Address line 2 for details such as apartment/suite number. Let me know how that goes!